These downtown Birmingham boutiques are within walking distance of fabulous eateries, bars and each other. Make a day of it, and check them out!
Jane Comer has changed Birmingham for the better. We caught up with this entrepreneur, philanthropist, girls and arts advocate and children’s book author.
Artist and Birmingham Day of the Dead Cofounder Tracy Martin discusses the wildly popular festival, her creative process and honoring the legacy of her renowned photojournalist father, Spider Martin.
Harmony Mendoza not only is a weather expert, but she is, herself, a force of nature — putting her open-mindedness to work for the betterment of Alabamians.
By making a direct impact on local women, Melanie R. Bridgeforth hopes to see a positive ripple effect for generations to come. Meet our newest FACE of Birmingham.
She co-chairs the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and advocates for awareness of the national Alzheimer’s epidemic so change can happen. Meet Kimberly Stephens.
A self-proclaimed “early adopter,” Lauren Mabry Cater loved using the babysitting app Wyndy so much that she became the company’s marketing director. Find out about the app, why Lauren loves it and how it can change your life, too!
She works in the Birmingham Police Department’s Special Victims Unit, advocating for victims of domestic violence and child sex trafficking. Meet Captain Janice Blackwell, our newest FACE of Birmingham.
She put the “what if”s aside in order to take the entrepreneurial leap, and the rewards have been tremendous. Meet Kim Lee, our newest FACE of Birmingham.
She’s bringing poetry to the Magic City. Meet award-winning poet, ASFA & UAB teacher and the brains behind the Magic City Poetry Festival, Ashley M. Jones.